East Allepo, Syria 2016 a young girls school is bombed and she asks her mother a question that would lead to an emotive and far-reaching online campaign for peace.
This third blog and final blog will reflect in conclusion on the original research question, hypothesis, findings and comment on future recommendations. The research question for this research was; ‘According to a sample of eleven public Facebook conversations from the time period of 2017 – 2018. What response are social media user exhibiting to video posts… Continue reading Animal Suffering – Conversations in the Online Media Space| Part 3 | Conclusion and Future Recommendations
Welcome to the second blog for my BCM312 research project. This blog will focus on the analysis of the eleven selected Facebook video posts and the relevant secondary research and theories. If you missed reading the first blog click here. The posts that will be analysed and discussed alongside the secondary research were selected based… Continue reading Animal Suffering – Conversations in the Online Media Space| Part 2 | The Analysis
The Research and Importance With 2.20 billion monthly active Facebook users as of March 31, 2018, the likely hood of you having an active Facebook account is high (Facebook 2018). Have you ever scrolled down your Facebook feed and seen a video involving animals that you did not feel comfortable with or that you saw… Continue reading Animal Suffering – Conversations in the Online Media Space| Part 1 | Introduction
This weeks blog post for BCM241 is about returning to the same person that we interviewed about their childhood experience of television. This time round I performed a phone interview with my 60yr old uncle again about the role and effect that the internet plays in his current life. The key theme that developed… Continue reading From Old To New │ Internets Role In Family Connectedness │ A Second Interview